jokiboki

jokiboki, Netherlands
  • country Netherlands
  • Member since Joined 18th Oct., 2011
  • icon Seen over 7 years ago
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  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon Dutch, English, German
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  • icon 30th December 1957
    (65 years old)

About Joke...

Expired cards:
NL- 1121605 to BellaHuang, China, sent 24-03-2012.
NL-1375996 to Lee, China, sent 13-08-2012.
NL-2027609 to Natasha_31, Ukraine, sent 24-08-2013.
NL-2157365 to Toki, Australia, sent 31-10-2013
NL-1939918 to Victong, Australia, sent 29-06-2013
NL-1939917 to rr50033, Taiwan, sent 29-06-2013.

Hello! Nice to meet you here on Postcrossing!! My name is Joke and I live in Oud-Beijerland, The Netherlands. Oud-Beijerland is a village about 30 km south of Rotterdam.
I am married and I have 2 kids. A daughter (24) and a son (21). My hobby's: scrapbooking and making cards, photography. I like to listen to all kind of music and also love to watch tv and movies.
I very much like to receive postcards from the country/city/village you live in.I haven't traveled much and don't know if I ever will, so YOUR postcard will transport me to your country or town.

If possible I'd be really happy if your card shows also the name of country/region/city on front.

I love:

Molletje (Krtek) >> Znenek Miller)

vintage cards,

city views,

landscapes,

mapcards (USA States map cards too please!!!)

Cowboys and Indians!!

lighthouses,

old buildings etc. UNESCO

Seasonal cards: Christmas, New Year, Easter, Valentine, Halloween;

Your National Flag

KEEP CALM CARDS :-)

Or look at my favorites so you get an idea of what kind of postcards I like.

But what I like the most is receiving a postcard FROM YOU!! I would appreciate if there was more text on the postcards than just your name and the words 'Happy Postcrossing'!

Please write sending date on your card! and how's the weather like on sending date.

DEAR POSTCROSSER: Consideration!

"If you are going to send me a postcard, please consider: This may be the first (and perhaps the only) view on your country, that I ever get. What shall I think: That your country is boring and your people don't care? Or that it is beautiful and the people amiable?
I myself spend a lot of money on postcards and I always try to find a card, that I think fits well to the person who is going to receive it. I hope you have the same intention.

HAPPY POSTCROSSING!!

ps:
I like stamps too so if you are from Europe I'll be happy to see a Europe stamp or the stamp of the Stamp Day on the postcard.
If you are not from Europe I'll be very grateful if you use a stamp of famous person, animal or place or a stamp of an important event.
Thank you in advance.

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